England v India Second day
Coverage of the morning's play direct from The Oval introduced by PETER WEST Commentary JIM LAKER
DENIS COMPTON , TED DEXTER
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and BILL TAYLOR
For the very young
Puppets and animation:
Weatherman JACK scott
England v India Second day
(On BBC2 from 4.30)
A programme for children under 5
With SANDOR ELES
The Good Master by KATE SEREDY Today: A Seasonal Visitor
Adapted and directed by JOHN PROWSE Producer DAVID TURNBULL
Series producer ANNA HOME
A zany selection of puzzles, quizzes and entertainment featuring
The Scaffold with Annabel Scase and Shep's Banjo Boys
Nigel Barron and his Toy Theatre with reader DAVID SCASE Script BRIAN FINCH and two representative teams from BBC RADIO MERSEYSIDE and BBC RADIO NOTTINGHAM
Designer PETER MAVIUS Director PAUL BERNARD
Producer STAN PARKINSON † (from Manchester)
(Roger McGough 's Choice: page 5)
A film cartoon series about a gang of alley cats captained by the ever-resourceful and formidable Boss Cat.
Boss Cat's ideas for making Benny rich are nearly brought to nothing by the combined efforts of Chutney and Griswold.
People, places, and events in the news around town
Editor ROGER ECCLESTONE
Now in its eighth series
A weekly report introduced by Raymond Baxter on what's happening today that will affect us all in the future.
In this the first edition of the new series Tomorroio's World looks into technology and the small boat, direct from the River Hamble, Hampshire. with James Burke
Reporter WILLIAM WOOLLARD
Producer BRIAN JOHNSON Editor LAWRENCE WADE (Book: page 10)
Bernard Cribbins joins 300 children in rousing uninhibited singing of songs they want to sing-aided and abetted by Pickettywitch
THE NORTHERN DANCE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by BERNARD HERRMANN
Producer NICK HUNTER f (from Manchester)
Another tale from the frontier of the Great American West. A film series starring James Drury as The Virginian
Trampas's determination to clear the name of a murdered friend presents him with an almost impossible problem. The girl who should most want to help him maintains a sullen silence, while others seem intent on silencing him.
and featuring Walter Gotell Sally Geeson adapted for television by MICHAEL GILBERT and CHRISTOPHER BOND
Cast in order of appearance:
Music by DENNIS WILSON Settings by KEITH HARRIS
Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES
Sir Joshua Hoot, QC:
Judge Basil Bottle, qc:
Sir Valentine Swallow:
Clerk of the Court:
presented this week by Richard Baker Weather
Miss England! Miss Ireland! Miss Scotland! Miss Wales!
Tonight one of the 45 girls will be nominated Miss United Kingdom and go on to the Miss World Contest in November.
Hosts Michael Aspel , David Vine Orchestra JACK HAWKINS
Designer KENNETH LAWSON Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Producer PHILLIP LEWIS
Organised by Mecca Promotions and Blackpool Corporation in conjunction with Eden Vale Ltd
(What's it like wobbling along a cat-walk in a bikini?: see page 10)
A daily look at what matters In the news and out of it
Presented all this week by Kenneth Allsop with the latest news in pictures and with on-the-spot reports by BERNARD FALK , MAX HASTINGS
JAMES HOGG , DAVID LOMAX
TOM MANGOLD , BARRIE PENROSE and DAVID TAYLOR with special contributions from
ROBERT MCKENZIE and KEITH KYLE
Producer of the week MICHAEL STARKS Editor ANTHONY SMITH
talking to Michael Parkinson and members of the National Film Theatre about his career as a screen actor.
I truly think the less you know about what you do as a movie actor the more chance you have of survival ..." and introducing scenes from some of his 100 film appearances
The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936)
' To get the part I had to make a test with 11 other young men, all dressed in the same uniform, all with the same two pages of dialogue Cruelty to animals-a cattle market ..."
Wuthering Heights (1939)
' I had the worst part ever written for an actor, Edgar in Wuthering Heights, this is a famous most awful part ..'
A Matter of Life and Death (1946) ' It was the first film I made after the war: the greatest piece of demobilisation and re-employment in the world. I was demobilised at midnight: we had the first shot in the camera at five in the morning ..."
Around the World in 80 Days (1956)
Separate Tables (1958)
' For the joy of being able to try and read some good lines, it was the film I enjoyed doing most ...
Director MICHAEL DIBB
Producer TONY STAVEACRE
(More than Just a jolly good chap: see Page 9)
(all except London and Wales)